Baby Car Car: A Disturbing Story of Demonic Torment and Possession
Meg was inspired to write this book after talking with other divorced men and women and realizing there were common threads that were shared post-divorce. She hopes this book will guide and encourage people through that first very challenging and exhausting post-divorce year. It is a book intended to encourage, entertain and energize its readers. Divorce can be terrifying and a grievous experience. But it can also be an opportunity for addressing the past, for enjoying the present and for stepping into the future with confidence and grace.
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The title might come off a cheesy and stilted, but the writing is clear, lucid, and engaging. An autobiographical account of the author's childhood and encounters with the paranormal has nice pacing, and story development. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and I think people with an open mind will too.
That's the worst piece of writing produced by an adult that I've ever read.
The first sentence ends with an exclamation point. Seriously! Like a teenaged girl, OK! Ah ma gawd! It just gets worse from there.
Read a few pages for a laugh, though.